A national association of Christian counsellors which serves to promote and equip their Christian community in Christian counselling.
About NACC Malaysia
The National Association of Christian Counsellors Malaysia (NACC Malaysia) was registered as a national association on 9th May 2011, and was officially launched by the Chairman of NECF Malaysia on 29th Oct 2011 in conjunction with our first National Counselling Conference.
NACC is registered as an independent body by the Registrar of Societies on 9 May 2011 (ROS number: 2291-11-SEL). We are a member of the International Network for Christian Counselling (INCC).
Christians advocating Christian counselling are usually represented by a national association of Christian counsellors which serves to promote and equip their Christian community in Christian counselling.
In Malaysia, the National Association of Christian Counsellors (NACC) is established with the support and encouragement of the National Evangelical Christian Fellowship of Malaysia.
Vision & Mission
To promote and equip the body of Christ in Malaysia with Christian Counselling knowledge and skills through networking, events, seminars, conferences and publications.
Board Members (2018-2019)
His passion is to come alongside church leaders to build Emotionally Healthy Churches through speaking engagements and training workshops on strong marriages, smart parenting effective counselling skills, emotional excellence, sexual addiction and other mental health issues.
He is also a licensed counsellor at a professional counselling centre and a part-time lecturer at a local university. He has authored a book entitled Different Sage for Different Stage: A Journey in Christian Counselling, examining the needs of different stages of life from a Biblical and psychological perspective.
He had his theological training at the Bible College of Malaysia and Malaysia Bible Seminary. He also graduated with a Master in Counselling from Open University Malaysia and a Graduate Certificate in Counsellor Supervision from HELP University.
Vincent has been serving in various church ministries as a volunteer for over 20 years. He has worked amongst the youth, young adults, couples and families. Prior to being a professional counsellor, he spent 20 years in engineering and the corporate world.
Presently, besides his ministry at the National Association of Christian Counsellors (NACC) as their Secretary, he is a life group leader in his home church Every Nation Church Malaysia and is one of the directors and co-founders of ABRI Integrated Mental Health.
Besides giving counselling to individuals, she also has conducted talks to adults in churches on basic counseling skills, emotion management, dealing with stress, burn-out and other psycho-emotional issues. Besides serving as the treasurer in NACC, she also helps out in the Chinese ministry.
She is a member of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA) and is currently working towards membership with the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT).
She is a therapist at a professional marriage and family therapy centre and also adjunct lecturer at a few local seminaries. She is in charge of the Chinese ministries at NACC Malaysia.
Being the wife of a church elder, she does visitation of the church members and has learnt through the years of being with them. She and her family worships at Petaling Jaya Gospel Hall.
She has also been involving in various educational institutions since 2004 in the capacity of a student counsellor, senior lecturer and trainer. Her doctorate is in counsellor education and supervision from Regent University. She is also one of the therapists at Rekindle Center for Systemic Therapy.
She is currently the Dean of Counselling Studies at Alpha Omega International College (AOIC) and an active member of the Family Life Ministries at Full Gospel Assembly (FGA), KL, her home church.